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Hey all, I'm 31 year old father of 4, train 6 days a week. My diet is in check my weight is coming up while bodyfat is dropping but my overall well-being is feeling a bit shitty. Ive heard from numerous guys my age that test has multiple health benefits apart from just body-building. I had some...
Hey guys. I'm doing a super test 400 cycle. I'm only pinning 1 mil/400mg once per week. Before everyone crucifies me, I'm fully aware it has prop in it and should be pinned twice per week but I'm doing it anyway. I was after test E but couldn't get it and this fell in my lap so i thought what...
What’s the point of this post? Well like many of you the whole virus fucked everything up big time. I mean all the gyms are closed. It’s going to be 3 months until they begin the slow process of re-opening, even then, only 10-20 people allowed in at a time & how quick until they are shut down...
I am 50 years and love my trainning , currently weigh at 123 kg yes i have a bit of boday fat 30 % but know have a trainner and my diet is on point around 2400 to 2800 Zig zag. Also trainning one body part a day for about an 60- 80 minutes. Plus interval cardio on bike sprints and...
Protein is the most important macronutrient in building muscle. Carbs are important for providing glycogen, which gives you the energy to train. [FONT=q_serif]People who lift weights generally have higher protein requirements. The RDA recommends 0.36 grams of protein per pound of body weight...
I know its not respected when guys only train certain parts. But really, these are the parts that need to catch up so I was wondering your guys' thoughts on this
All that seems to grow is my back and delts. Maybe if I wasn't training them the rest of my body would improve :confused:
Recently I created and published app for logging workouts in a gym (workout tracker). I created it for myself, because analogs were uncomfortable for me, but I decided to share created app with others. Just want to say that app is absolutely free and doesn't have advertising, because...
Just wanting to know if it’s worth doing. I currently have joint pains especially when I start doing weights on the lower side of heavy. I’ve been doing physio exercises and it’s not asif I don’t know how to train properly.
So if it’s worth trying please to let me...